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Video Tries to Set the Record Straight on What an Assault Rifle Really Is, and What It Is Not

Do you know what the actual definition of an “assault rifle” really is?

The difference between a real assault weapon and an ordinary firearm is often never taught.

Watch this video to know what an “assault rifle” really is.

If a gun is made of black-painted steel, has black plastic stocks, a detachable box magazine, a bayonet, or anything “scary,” that’s an assault rifle, right? Well, that is what the uninformed media wants you to think.

The truth of the matter is that a machine gun is an assault rifle. If it is fully automatic, it indeed falls under the correct terminology as “assault rifle.” Any semi-automatic rifle requires the trigger to be pressed once for each bullet fired. That, my friends, is not an assault rifle.

Know the truth and take nothing less.

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Video Tries to Set the Record Straight on What an Assault Rifle Really Is, and What It Is Not